TEN Group is proud to announce the first Tesmec’s Gen 4.0 PT1250’s have landed in Australia. We had the pleasure of hosting Lucio Maffeis from Tesmec to train our trainers on these new PT1250’s and introduce our business to the many new features and benefits these stringing machines offer.
As part of this week, TEN up skilled Jeff Gregory on GEN 4.0 and also introduced Oscar Gilliland to both Gen 4.0 and previous models as our new trainer in this space. TEN Training is now certified by Tesmec to train on the New Gen 4.0 machinery in Australasia when required. TEN’s first training deployment took place this week under the guidance of Lucio Maffeis for our first ever Gen 4.0 customer, Zinfra.
As part of any new introduction of machinery, TEN takes pride in conducting industry standard risk assessments and developing training packages to meet AQTF standards. A detailed risk assessment was conducted with Corey Scott (Managing Director), Jeff Gregory & Oscar Gilliland (TEN Trainers), James Brown, Lindsay Taylor & Andrew Swindell (TEN Leadership Team), Rebecca Langdon (HSE Coordinator) and Lucio Maffeis (Leading Technician at Tesmec).
Its been a great week diving into the design, functionality and technology of these machines. The Gen 4.0’s build on the hugely popular platform of previous machines but have utilised modern technologies to deliver leaps in safety and performance outcomes.
Gen 4.0 Machines offer these plus more features:
Simplicity – a more advanced automated control system and engine monitoring system has made operation simpler allowing greater focus on maximising safety and performance outcomes. New Gen 4.0 machines come standard with rope clamps, pull recording and remote control functions.
Safety – full wireless remote control, removing the operator from the higher risk zones and allowing 360 degree vision of the work site, decreasing noise exposure and increasing site awareness.
Reliability – with less hydraulic hoses and connections, and localised and remote diagnostics capability the machines are adding value to work site performance and project outcomes.
Corey Scott, Managing Director said “we work hard toward achieving outstanding results for our customers. The Tesmec PT1250 will place our customers in an advantageous position providing a more efficient stringing system and a safer operating environment. The PT1250 is a first for Australia. With wireless remote control and an all digital operation, recording and diagnostic management system, this machine will pave a new way in the transmission construction industry”
Tesmec stringing equipment is proudly distributed exclusively by TEN in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. For more information about Tesmec, visit www.tesmec.com
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|Almost landed!||First sight!||First in Australia|
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